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Spring Membership Meeting Once Again Draws Record Attendance

Monday, April 30, 2018   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Catie Scott
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Once again, the Annual M&SCA of Eastern PA Spring Membership Meeting & Allied Member Showcase was a huge success.  Nearly 200 contractors, allied members, and labor partners attended and made it a great evening.  


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Before the evening began, members were invited to attend a special technology seminar presented by Chris Weaver, Director of Technology for Andy J. Egan Co., and Sean McGuire, Director of Construction Technology for MCAA.  Attendees learned strategies for company-wide adoption and experienced a hands-on session with some of new technology discussed in the seminar.

The cocktail portion of the evening showcased 27 of our Allied Members and their newest offerings.  Contractor attendees got the chance to visit the tabletop presentations and learn more about the goods and services these members offer. 

   

 

 

M&SCA of Eastern PA Co-President Add Anderson of E.B. O’Reilly welcomed guests to sit down for dinner and acknowledged our labor partners joining us for the evening.  

 

 


Attendees then heard from the presenters of the technology seminar, Chris Weaver and Sean McGuire.  Both spoke on the importance of embracing new technology in the workplace and the trends that are impacting the industry now.  

 


 


Marketing & Education Committee Chairman Pat Kelly of H.T. Lyons spoke about the 2018 M&SCA Education Program and stressed the importance of continuing your education as a contractor.  He highlighted the various classes the Association is offering this year, ranging from Lunch & Learn webinars on training your field staff to 2-day seminars on growing and developing supervisors, all taught by renowned speakers.
 

 

 

 

M&SCA executive VP Timothy Brink and Steamfitters Local 420 Assistant Business Manager Jim Walls then presented a plaque to Pete Cimino to thank him for his service as a Local 420 Pension Fund Trustee.



Finally, M&SCA Co-President Add Anderson presented the 2018 Safety Awards to honor our members who have made a commitment to safety.  The awards and certificates are presented to Contractor Member companies who have safety records that are at least 25% below the National Industry Average for Total Recordable Incident Rate and for Lost Work Days.  Since the inception of our Safety Directors Committee in 2009 and the first awards presentation in 2010 the number of qualifying members has increased from six (6) in 2010 to twenty-three (23) in 2017.  Thank you to our Safety Directors Committee for making a huge impact! Get your safety team involved by joining the committee.
 

Here are the Award and Certificate recipients for 2018:


Category 1:  0-50,000 Work Hours

EXCELLENCE IN SAFETY
Bates Brothers Mechanical Contractors, Inc.

 

GEM Mechanical Services

 

 
CM3 Building Solutions, Inc.

 


FIRST PLACE COMMERCIAL 
Goshen Mechanical Contractors, Inc.

 


 
FIRST PLACE INDUSTRIAL
Pharmaceutical Procurement and Logistics

 

 



Category 2: 50,001-125,000 Work Hours

EXCELLENCE IN SAFETY
Truskey, Inc.

 


 
FIRST PLACE COMMERCIAL 
A. A. Duckett, Inc.

 


FIRST PLACE INDUSTRIAL
U.S. Piping, Inc.

 

 



Category 3: 125,001-250,000 Work Hours

EXCELLENCE IN SAFETY
Lor-Mar Mechanical Services, Inc.

 

Limbach Company, LLC

 


 
FIRST PLACE COMMERCIAL 
MMC Contractors Northeast, Inc.

 

 

 
 
Category 4: 250,001-500,000 Work Hours

EXCELLENCE IN SAFETY
Madison Industrial Service Team, LTD

FIRST PLACE COMMERCIAL
EMCOR Services Fluidics, Inc.

 

 

 
FIRST PLACE INDUSTRIAL
Scheck Mechanical Corporation 

 



Category 5: 500,001-750,000 Work Hours

CERTIFICATE RECIPIENTS
Herman Goldner Company, Inc.

 

 

 A. T. Chadwick Company, Inc.

 


 
FIRST PLACE COMMERCIAL
Binsky Mechanical

 

 


FIRST PLACE INDUSTRIAL
Shelby Mechanical, Inc.

 



Category 6: 750,001-1,000,000 Work Hours

FIRST PLACE COMMERCIAL
Elliott Lewis Corporation 

 



Category 7: 1,000,001-Up

CERTIFICATE RECIPIENTS
Riggs Distler and Company, Inc.
JJ White, Inc.

FIRST PLACE COMMERCIAL 
H. T. Lyons, Inc.

 


 
FIRST PLACE INDUSTRIAL
Nooter Construction Company 

 




The evening concluded with a special drawing for a signed Carson Wentz Super Bowl 52 football that raised almost $2000 for the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House.

 

 

 

 

Thank you to everyone who attended and made the evening a success.  To view our upcoming meetings, events, and classes, click here.  

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